|Altus Intermediate School “Rocks”||| Print ||
Altus Intermediate School held a special assembly on April 10, to encourage students to “Rock” the state tests, which were held April 11-19 at the school. Dressed as rock stars and performing for the students were (above) Melisa Parsons, teacher; Rick Roop, assistant principal; Kim Dickson, teacher; and Amanda Davis, teacher. Also performing were the Altus High School cheerleaders, the AHS Jazz Band (below), and the Altus Junior High School cheerleaders.
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